The events you are about to witness with your ears are true events.
Track 1 tells the story of entitlement and perpetual dependence on government. Take away our guns so we depend on the police. Keep corporate taxes high enough for oligopolies to survive but prevent freedom from giant corporations. Brainwash our children with revisionist history in the schools and build white guilt while lowering the birthrate. Import unskilled labor to exploit but pay welfare for native born people to not work. Tell everyone good is bad, up is down and anyone who disagrees is a racist. Bingo, dystopian reality. Music by Digi Hartatak with vocals by Deadman.
Track 2 is a remix of an old wax cylinder song that will probably be outlawed someday for being "nationalistic" and eurocentric. It does not reflect the world values of the oppressed people of the world and is obviously anglophonic in nature. It should be in 35 languages at the same time. Divide and conquer. Music by Digi Hartak and Frances Scott Key with performances by Thomas Chalmers & Chorus in 1915.
Track 3 tells the president's story, in his own words, about his major influences in his life besides black liberation theology. This song is a protest against the administration and the department of justice for refusing to hold racist militants accountable for voter intimidation but opting instead to sue the state of Arizona for trying to protect it's citizens from foreign invasion and colonization. Music by Digi Hartatak and vocals by Deadman.
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